with EEF Executive Director Lissa Gibbs
Wednesday, January 18, 2011
3:15pm - 4:45pm
EEF Office at St. Mark's Church
(3700 block of Second Street, between Dodge & Alvernon, one block south of Speedway)
RSVP by January 13 to firstname.lastname@example.org, 325-8688
Do you need more resources for your classroom?
Ever wonder what makes one grant proposal successful and another not?
Unsure how to write a funding proposal or a project budget?
Come to this 90 minute mini-workshop for TUSD educators and TUSD parent volunteers
to learn some of the fundamentals of grantwriting for educational projects and learn more about EEF's Classroom Grants Program
for TUSD educators.
Please NOTE: The deadline for EEF Classroom Grant proposals for the 2012-13 school year has been extended to Monday, March 5, 2012. Guidelines for specific project categories will be available on EEF's website in mid-January, 2012 (be sure to . Contact EEF staff by phone should you have any questions: 520/325-8688.
The purpose of EEF's Classroom Grant Program (formerly called EEF Mini-Grants Program) is to provide funding for TUSD classroom or library projects that expand curriculum beyond the standard educator delivery and student learning experience. All projects funded by EEF's Classroom Grant Program substantively enrich the classroom experience, teach critical thinking skills, promote creative problem-solving, stimulate a lifelong interest in learning, model effective communication and collaboration, and explore concepts, ideas, and principles beyond the core curriculum.
EEF Classroom Grants do not cover the cost of basic needs such as clothing, shoes, eyeglasses, general school supplies, or food. If you are a TUSD educator seeking assistance for a student in these areas, please contact EEF's office directly for information about EEF's programs that address these needs and how your school can access them.
The Educational Enrichment Foundation (EEF) is an independent non-profit 501c3 organization founded by Tucson's community members and business leaders in order to support the students and teachers within Tucson Unified School District schools. Established in 1983, EEF is the oldest foundation of its kind in Arizona and serves 53,000 TUSD students annually. Through its grants, professional development programs, and community activities, EEF actively provides enhanced and enriched learning resources for TUSD students, teachers, and schools. EEF programs are supported by corporate and non-profit grants, payroll deductions made by hundreds of dedicated TUSD employees, and contributions from the general public.